Deana Barnhart is hosting a blast of a blogfest this month for all sorts of writerly types, especially for those preparing to cross that bridge from unagented to agented. Even though I crossed that bridge earlier this year, I thought the party looked like fun, so I decided to pop in for the kickoff this week.
This party's getting started with a writing question that you all are supposed to help me answer. So here is the question that is burning in my mind right now:
What is it about a story that keeps you turning the pages until you get to the last one even though it's 4 am and you need to be at work in less than 3 hours?
Not that anything like this has ever happened to any of you, right? I'm still gathering my ideas on this question and will share them at the end of the day. What are your thoughts? What makes a page turner?